Taiwan sees rise in people returning to hospitals for medical visits
Taipei, Oct. 23 (CNA) Taiwan saw a rise in medical visits in August compared to the same period last year as more people are no longer afraid to go to hospitals, seeing that the country is beating the COVID-19 pandemic, according to observers Friday.
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